Sony’s predominantly professional camera accessory, the Xperia Pro, was announced in February last year and finally launched in the United States and Japan in January this year. The price was $ 2,500.
Today, the company announced that the Xperia Pro will cross the pond into Europe and will be available in the UK, Germany, and Scandinavian countries.
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Sony has withheld the actual launch date of the phone but announced that pre-orders will begin today in the UK and will be available until May 13. Perhaps then May 14th is the actual launch date (but this is just a guess). In addition, the UK may preempt the Xperia Pro as no booking information is provided for other countries.
That said, if you’re in the UK and want to pre-order, you’ll have to give up a fair amount of cash, or £ 2,299 to be exact.
In short, the mainframe of the Xperia Pro is that it can be used as an external high-quality monitor for Sony Alpha digital cameras via the micro HDMI connector. Thanks to its nifty 5G connection, mobile phones can also instantly upload photos and videos taken in the field using the camera.
Otherwise, think of it as an enhanced version of the Xperia 1 II. It’s more robust, but the specs are pretty much the same, except that the Pro lacks wireless charging and has only one version with 12GB of RAM and 512GB of storage. And its body is plastic.